Denver Adaptive Airgun Team (DAAT)
3421 Park Ave W
Denver, CO 80216
This program is part of the Adaptive Sports USA National Veteran Airgun Outreach Series funded in part through a grant from the Department of Veteran Affairs. The Denver Adaptive Airgun Team program is now open to anyone with a disability and free to military veterans. DAAT is an air rifle and air pistol shooting program for participants of all abilities. DAAT is a great chance to try the sport of airgun as well as an opportunity for established marksmen to hone their skills and share shooting experience/expertise with their peers. DAAT is supported by the National Sports Center for the Disabled and the Denver Police Department. The goal of the program is to have fun, empower all people with disabilities and to identify Paralympic hopefuls.
When: Typically the 3rd Tuesday of the month, November – May. Additional dates: July 17, August 21, September 18.
Time: 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Who: People age 16 & up of all abilities. Participants must be independent and manage self-care or bring a care giver to provide assistance.
How much: Free for veterans, $15 for other participants or 1 Adventure Pass Punch
The NSCD provides a shuttle from the VA Medical Center at the flag pole on Clermont. If you are interested in utilizing the shuttle service please contact Customer Service.
* Please call Customer Service – (303) 293-5313 to confirm registration and render payment.